[MCOH-EH] Global Travel for GME Trainees
herrickt at ohsu.edu
Wed Oct 31 17:31:43 PDT 2018
this is an interesting question from a variety of perspectives; as med. director of Occ health, I don't think our institution is handling this well; if the resident is going on an approved educational experience, it seems like in ways, the "house" should provide for their pre-care. as it is, at our institution, travelers are referred to an on-site but uncovered [because our employee insurance specifically excludes travel] travel clinic. ironically, this is also me. this is something we may need to review. I would encourage an occ health department to be aware that prescription for travel is not necessarily a very simple activity, and one that requires access to the patients full medical and drug history, [in addition to the ever-changing risk patterns for different diseases around the world, which medical travelers will directly engage in, it's not a simple question of looking at a website, and some of the required or recommended vaccines may be incredibly expensive to have on hand] so again, it is not an easy issue to think through
From: MCOH-EH [mcoh-eh-bounces at mylist.net] on behalf of LeClair-Netzel Megan E [MLeClair-Netzel at uwhealth.org]
Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2018 1:34 PM
To: mcoh-eh at mylist.net
Subject: [MCOH-EH] Global Travel for GME Trainees
Do any academic medical center EH/OH programs service Graduate Medical Trainees before/after they travel internationally?
If so, what services do you offer before/after?
Megan LeClair-Netzel, DNP, RN, AGCNS-BC
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